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  • in reply to: Kristen Nun #150892
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    I would study with her

    Amen.. but it might be hard to stay focused on the books.

    ps- I love it when these muscle monsters sport glasses (eyeglasses and/or sunglasses). 

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    in reply to: Sheena Wrestler #150864
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    Yup.. Sheena is gorgeous.
    I don’t think I’ve ever seen her actual last name/surname. But I think she is Hungarian (?)
    Sheena did a great mixed wrestling video a while back, where she styled herself like Linda Hamilton (from her muscular T2 era). I could see the resemblance.
    Anyways, thanks for the upload of photos.

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    Lana Del Rey / Chemtrails Over The Country Club (2021) 
     

    When Del Rey has dark hair, and wearing heavy eyeliner.. she kinda reminds me of Elvira. And I also think Elvira would’ve been a great musclebound mistress.

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    Kelly Clarkson.. hear me out.

    She’s always had a nice bubble butt. And as she’s matured, she’s added some voluptuous thickness. If some of that thickness was shaped in to (big) muscles.. It’s fun to imagine: the sculpted thickness combined with her nice voice/personality. Good times..

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    in reply to: Everyday Amazon Encounters #150850
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    Earlier in this thread JG mentioned seeing a bodybuilder on Rodeo Drive (Beverly Hills).. I saw Cory Everson twice in LA, both times just by herself doing ordinary shopping.
    First time I was working out in Encino (west end of LA’s ‘Valley’), around 2005/6 I was a manager of a retail store.. I had a chance to briefly say hi. It was a big deal for me, because I kinda grew up watching her on Bodyshaping.. and Cory was the biggest fem-bodybuilding icon of the 8os/early 9os.

    Then just a month or two later, I saw Cory again strutting thru a shopping complex on Hollywood Blvd. Never saw her (in person) before or after those two random sightings.
    Also saw an anonymous musclebound woman at an ATM (in the southeast). She had gigantic, shapely calf muscles.. just seemed to be an ‘everyday’ fitness enthusiast. For some reason, I always remember this fortuitous sighting..

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    in reply to: Anastasia Leonova #150809
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    https://www.deviantart.com/bigartfan3000/art/Untitled-883238890

    Really cool morph of Anastasia..

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    in reply to: R. Crumb sale at Taschen Books #150796
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    Thanks for the heads up.. University Press of Mississippi is a publisher I buy (usually history) books from occasionally, and they just released a Crumb book that looks cool. https://www.upress.state.ms.us/Books/T/The-Comics-of-R.-Crumb

    Wonder why Taschen is having to reduce their Crumb items (?) I think Crumb is pushing 80, may be that his core Baby Boomer audience is fading (?) His work, and place in underground comics will be timeless tho.

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    in reply to: Anastasia Leonova #150773
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    I think she might have heard us discussing the comparison to Ralabate . 

     

     

    I didn’t think about this before, but she’s also kinda channeling early ’00s Sondra Faas 
    As a footnote, I saw Anastasia just recently shot some footage with Awefilms; she looks great.

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    Phenoms, hi..
    I’m on Patreon (my site is in my signature, and I’m gonna attach a link).

    It’s a good site for hosting independent art & stories, etc (and making a couple bucks). But most of the community you seem to be seeking, happens behind paywalls on Patreon. From time to time, I’ll post some free art samples, but to really see stuff (& communicate with patrons and friends) you have to make a monetary pledge. Then artists and patrons can message one another, comment on art postings. I enjoy it, but it isn’t typically an open community.
    At some point, I’m hoping to start a thread in this forum to share some of my Patreon activity..
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    in reply to: New He-Man cartoon #150729
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    And here, I rather liked the ’02 Cartoon Network relaunch of the series.  

    I’m with you. I liked the early 2ooos series. Artwork was good, they were pretty faithful to the original series.. and it filled in some backstory (that wasn’t really necessary for the original). When the original series ran, kids didn’t really care about character backstory. But I think as the fanbase aged, the 2ooos series was a good opportunity to explain why Skeletor was angry, etc.

    Now the early 90s ‘New Adventures’ of He-man was (my opinion) an unfortunate departure from original canon, etc. They really went off script with the aesthetics, and if I remember right, completely reworked supporting cast, but..guess they were trying to sell new toys.

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